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Dr. Lin will adopt his presentation from the 2005 Assembly on his favorite PDA applications into an article.
This article discusses some freeware and open-source software applications that are useful for medical practices and available for little or no cost.
This article will discuss how one physician uses his personal digital assistant (PDA) proactively to track his patients in a personal care facility.
This article describes an approach to critically evaluating PDA medical applications for practicality, applicability and usefulness in medical practices.
The author gives his "top-10" list of free medical software applications that family physicians can use on their personal digital assistants (PDAs).
This articles describes what a tablet PC is and how it can be used in a physician's practice.
This article addresses the HIPAA transaction and code sets implementation process and provides information regarding what data health plans will be need in order to pay claims once the standard becomes effective.
The article describes the open source approach to software and explains why it may help in the development of an EHR system that is affordable for solo and small-group practices
This article profiles one family practice's experience with electronic prescribing, describes the benefits and pitfalls of incorporating it into daily practice and addresses its usefulness as a tool for reducing prescription errors.
The article provides an overview of the different software programs available for securing information stored on PDAs and also describes why users should install one of these programs.